Category: Cool uses
Here's a little something to warm up your desktop in the new year.
If there's other Mediasite digital art you pine for, let us know!
During our Mediasite User Conference last month (UNLEASH 2009) I happened upon a conversation Dharmesh and John were having about folders and permissions. Dharmesh was at the Mediasite Guru post and one of our customers had been having trouble with the "add like" function and permissions.
I thought the info that Dharmesh went on to share was excellent - something I didn't know - and so the three of us decided to repeat the conversation with me behind the camera, Dharmesh as our special guest and John playing Oprah.
Time for the third and final installment of MUG TV at UNLEASH 2009.
In this episode, feedback: harsh words about blackjack, high praise for Sonic Foundry's Gurus and warm thoughts for Madison, Wisconsin and the growing Mediasite community.
Thanks to everyone who appeared on camera and special thanks to dynamic duo Kelly Parke and Scott Holcomb for using their limited UNLEASH down time to bring you MUG TV.
Here's the second installment of MUG TV. This episode is chock full o' UNLEASH goodness.
Kelly Parke and Scott Holcomb captured snippets from CEO Rimas Buinevicius' opening remarks, CTO Monty Schmidt's keynote, feedback from attendees on the Mediasite road map and a spur of the moment gift presentation to Monty from TU Delft and Mediamission.
When you show people the ramifications of their decisions, they change their behavior.
Want an inside look at UNLEASH 2009? Tune in for MUG TV.
Kelly Parke and Scott Holcomb, members of the Mediasite User Group Steering Committee, are roaming the halls of the Madison Monona Terrace with cameras to give you an inside look at the sessions, speakers, tips and tricks with a MUG point of view.
As we get ready to put on our 3rd annual user conference, I'm working closely with Monty Schmidt, the founder of Sonic Foundry to prepare his keynote presentation. I'm excited about what we're presenting and hopefully what the attendees will walk away with.